Schottek / Sotek (with hacek over S)
I am researching the family of my great great grandmother (on my mother's side). Her name was Marcina/Marzina Schottek/Sotek. My researcher had had noted her name and her father's name, Andreas, on the birth record of my great grandfather, Ignatz Kopriva (hacek on the r).
I have had great success in actapublica.cz possibly locating the family records. But I cannot read the mother's name in the records. At one point, I thought it said "Copelia" but I don't think that is likely!
Here are the locations of the records in actapublica (and I am attaching the 1792 and 1803 records):
Marriage of Andreas and unknown Sig 1932, Sn 26 (rok 1792) (my great great great grandparents)
Birth of son, Franz, Sig 1920, Sn 128 (rok 1794) (House 23)
+Franz, Sig 1940, Sn 46 (1794) (House 23)
Birth of daughter, Josefa, Sig 1920, Sn 129 (1799) (House 23)
Birth of twin boys Johann and Jakub, Sig 1920, Sn 131 (1801) (House 26 from here on)
+Twin Johann Sig 1941 Sn 89 (1801)
+Twin Jakub Sig 1941 Sn 90 (1802)
Birth of daughter (cannot read), Sig 1920 Sn 133 (1803) (same name as the mother)
Birth of daughter Katharina?, Sig 1920 Sn 134 (1806)
Birth of twins Karl? and Andreas?, Sig 1920, Sn 136 (1808)
+Twins, Sig 1941, Sn 92 (1808)
+Katharina?, Sig 1941, Sn 92
Birth Marcina, Sig 1920, Sn 137 (1810)
+Marcina, Sig 15522, Sn 16 (1852) Age 42
If I have this figured correctly, the unknown ggg gmother gave birth to 9 children, and possibly 3 daughters survived.
I have not found the death records of Andreas and his wife, nor have I found the marriage record of Marcina. But the record in Dolni Loucky for her child, Ignatz Kopriva, about 1842, states that Andreas is a resident of Zelezne.
An interesting point about the 1792 marriage (attached) is that it appears to be a double wedding; it looks like my ggg grandmother's brother is the entry above, on the same date, same witnesses. I have a question about this record; is the single house number listed in each record the bride's or the groom's? (23 and 10).